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located in Cynthiana, Kentucky, a part of The Walking Dead: The Other Group, one of the many universes on RPG.

Cynthiana, Kentucky

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Character Portrait: Scott Vane Character Portrait: Ellie Vane Character Portrait: Moira Bradley Character Portrait: Jonathan Morgan Character Portrait: Arthur Murphy
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Moira kept a steady gaze on the darkness just beyond the apartments window, seeing out there shapes looming in the streets below. She didn't want to think about what those shapes belonged to. Whose lives had been lost to them either. She was sweating profusely, and the quick hammering of her heart echoed around her skull. Every one of her nerves felt as if they were on fire. But on the outside she stayed calm and steady, not allowing the shakes to be seen by the others. No, she needed now more than ever to be strong. Especially if she ever wanted to see her her family again - she was so sure that they had escaped. Any words otherwise would simply be blasphemy to her ears.

"Bradley, what do we do when the sun comes up? we can't stay here for long.." Moira doesn't lets herself flinch when Ellie addresses her. She could have almost forgotten the others were there with how quiet each of them had been. She shifts her legs from the awkward position she was sitting in and turned away from the window. Before answering she took a small sip out of her water bottle, barely enough to quench her thirst from the heat.

"We need to get out of here, that's for certain...." She pauses to cast her gaze about the room, "And the way I see it we have few choices on how."

"Option one, could try the door, see how many are out there and hope to god they don't gang up on us." She is not a fan of that option, and doubts the others would be either. "But, I think option two would be better, so as crazy as its going to sound hear me out on this." She motions to the window, as if that were explanation enough. "There is another window over there on that building, and I know it sounds risky but its better than going out the front door. The ledge on this window is wide enough that two people could stand on it if they were pressed against the wall, and the ledge on the other looks similar. If we could find something to lay across to the other side we could get out that way."

Of course there were problems to this plan. There was no way to tell if there were any of those things in the other building or if they could even find anything to lay across. Jumping was also definitely not an option in this case since any one of them could end up dead on the ground below. Moira felt the floor beneath her creak, its low growl reminding her of the Walkers laying in wait outside.